Commentary - 05/03/2008

Heparin: Lyin' Stealin' and Killin'

There's been a few commentaries written here about lyin', stealin' and killin'. Some of these people that control huge financings are sociopaths, which in my mind means no empathy nor conscience. It's well-defined here and authors have written books on the subject.

Robert D. Hare describes sociopaths as, "intraspecies predators who use charm, manipulation, intimidation, and violence to control others and to satisfy their own selfish needs. Lacking in conscience and in feelings for others, they cold-bloodedly take what they want and do as they please, violating social norms and expectations without the slightest sense of guilt or regret."
That means compared to real human beings, they're already dead, empty and no matter how much they take in, it's never enough. Never enough billions, never enough mansions, never enough anything. They're just like black holes in space, where everything is sucked in and nothing escapes. Until recently, TYPE A personalities were considered special, unique, and in demand. We just didn't know the consequences. Now we're seeing that for real, especially in this example.

Heparin Contamination May Have Been Deliberate, F.D.A. Says

Federal drug regulators believe that a contaminant detected in a crucial blood thinner that has caused 81 deaths was added deliberately, something the Food and Drug Administration has only hinted at previously.

Two weeks ago, Food and Drug Commissioner Andrew C. von Eschenbach told a Senate subcommittee that the contamination was done “by virtue of economic fraud,” but he quickly withdrew the remark, saying he had “probably gone too far.”

First they lie, making a substitution of a critical substance. Next, they profit (steal) from the cost difference. Then the killin', where innocent people die that they don't even know (or care)!

Had enough of Sometimes The Dragon Wins?

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